HOW TO NEGOTIATE A SALARY IN A JOB INTERVIEW! (What Are Your Salary Expectations BEST ANSWER!)

HOW TO NEGOTIATE A SALARY IN A JOB INTERVIEW! (What Are Your Salary Expectations BEST ANSWER!)

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in this video i am going to teach you how to negotiate a salary during a job interview now if you have a job interview coming up there is a strong possibility the interviewer is going to say to you what's your expected salary now in order for you to get the highest salary possible there are a number of rules that you must follow and in a second i'm going to be in a live interview negotiating a salary but here's three really important rules that you must remember number one have a figure in mind
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of what you want for your expected salary you should also start off the salary negotiation by giving a figure that is higher than your desired salary because then that gives you the chance to come down slightly remember this is a negotiation with a potential employer it has to work both ways and finally whenever you are negotiating your salary make sure that you are confident but not arrogant remember it's a two-way process it has to work
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for the employer as well as you so let's now go into the interview and let's negotiate the salary look at what i do and look at how i interact with the interviewer what are your salary expectations in this role before applying for this position i carried out lots of research to find out what the average salary range was for this position based on my experience and the average salary range within this industry in this role is between 35
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000 and 45 000 although i do genuinely believe i am worth the upper end of 45 000 i understand that this has to work for you i understand that you don't know me and i need to prove to you my worth and on that basis i would be comfortable with a salary of forty three thousand dollars unfortunately forty three thousand doesn't really work for us we didn't really want to go above thirty seven thousand does that work for you i can totally understand and respect why
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you want to hire somebody at 37 000 however i genuinely believe i'm worth much more than that i have a consistent track record of being a high achiever within any team or organization i am a part of so i believe i can come into the role and genuinely add value financially to your organization for example in a previous role i was responsible for helping the organization increase sales by 20 in the final year that i was a part of that organization and that was done
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by coming up with innovative ways to market the products and services that we had and to also make sure that we were saving money where possible so i believe i can add considerable financial value to your organization and i believe that at a rate of 41 000 a year i would feel comfortable very comfortable with that position and i also believe that i could quickly demonstrate how that would be a positive return investment for you as my employer
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41 000 seems reasonable to us so we look forward to seeing how you contribute within the team excellent brilliant thank you very much so you could see there throughout the salary negotiation process during that interview that i was confident in how i was going to be able to add value to their organization and that enabled me to get a decent salary for that position so what i now want to do to help you is give you that salary negotiation blueprint that you can use during your job interview so i will give
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you the blueprint i will then give you five really important tips for negotiating a higher salary in any job interview and i will then give you the exact script to use so step one of the salary negotiation process is to make sure you research the average salary for your chosen position and industry and i will tell you a really useful website to use in a second where you can research the average salary step number two of the salary negotiation process is to make sure you
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have a specific salary in mind of what you will settle for so before you go to the interview think to yourself this is the minimum amount i'm prepared to work for you have to be comfortable with that salary it's really important don't settle for something less than you are willing to work for because it will then eventually eat away at you step three of the salary negotiation process is to start off the salary negotiation process with a slightly higher figure than you are willing to accept
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because this then enables you to come down a little bit remember it's a win-win it has to be a win-win process for you and the employer so if you are willing to come down a little bit then that makes the employer feel that they are getting good value from you step number four of the salary negotiation process is to justify your chosen salary range by providing evidence of previous strong workplace performance so if you can prove to the interviewer that you are somebody who has a track record of increasing
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profits of increasing turnover of improving customer service of working on difficult projects in a timely manner that's going to help you to get a higher salary and then step five is to accept and agree the salary so let me now give you those five really important tips for negotiating a higher salary in any interview tip number one you have to be confident throughout the salary negotiation process don't be afraid to ask for the figure that you want during that job interview process but
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here's an important tip don't you know price yourself out of the running for this job so don't ask for something that you can't justify remember they don't know you they have to work with you and they have to feel comfortable with paying you an amount that they think they're going to get value back from tip number two have belief in your abilities because if the employer sees that you are going to be able to add value to their company they will pay you more tip number three my advice is to research the average
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salary range for your position on the website payscale.com so if we go along to payscale.com and in the top left you can see there it says for you you can search by either company or job title for the average salary range so if we type in amazon for example bear with me then it will give us the average salary for that company and the average base salary at the moment as i'm recording this video is 103 000 per year you can also if you want to
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search by the job title okay so you can put a title in there and find the average salary range so payscale.com is a really useful website tip four give evidence of previous excellent workplace performance that's going to help you to get the salary that you want and tip five have a figure in mind before you go to the interview of what you are prepared to work for remember you have to feel comfortable with that amount don't settle for something less so let me now give you the script to use when negotiating a salary
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in a job interview so the interview is going to start off and say something like what are your salary expectations or what is your expected salary in this position so you go back and you say well i carried out some research prior to the interview today and i do understand the average salary range within this position and the industry is between 35 000. and 45 000 so you would just need to change those after you've carried out your research on the website payscale.com and then you
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would go on and say whilst i believe i am worth the higher end of the scale i understand you don't know me and i need to prove to you my worth so on that basis i would be prepared to accept a salary of 43 000 so you are coming down a little bit and you are explaining that you understand this needs to work for them so that's good the interviewer comes back and says well that's quite a bit higher than we were willing to pay would you accept 37 000 you would then go back and say i can totally understand why you'd want to employ someone at that
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amount however with me you'll be getting someone who has a track record of achievement in my previous role i was responsible for helping the organization increase sales by more than 20 in the last 12 months and this was achieved by using innovative marketing strategies and improving customer service so whilst i believe i can add the same level of value to your organization i do appreciate this needs to work for you so on that basis i would be prepared to accept a salary of 41 000. so you are
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coming down a little bit more and that would be my baseline amount i would have had that amount in my mind of what i was prepared to work for before i went along to the interview so the interviewer comes back that salary seems reasonable and we would be happy to offer you that amount now if you would like a copy of these slides and you'd also like to pass your interview click that link right now in the top right hand corner of the video and head through to my website pastmyinterview.com and you can download these slides in the script and the blueprint
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and you also get 30 interview questions and top scoring answers in a pdf guide so you can have it within your inbox within two minutes from now and this guide is going to make a massive difference to your performance at your job interview please don't forget to subscribe to the channel i am on a mission to help as many people as possible to pass their interviews and i can only do that if you are subscribed please hit the like button a lot of time and effort goes into making these videos and it motivates me to create more for you if i see that you like it if i
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see you don't like the video it doesn't motivate me at all and finally don't forget to connect with me on linkedin i've put my linkedin link in the description below the video thank you so much for watching and i wish you all the best for passing your interview have a great day

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